newe: So...what is the best price for people to eliminate the complaints?
I have thought about this a bit...if I could get just photoshop cloud for $5 a month I would do that, with NO price increases. I may even sign a contract (like a cell) for 3 years.
Wonder why they don't do that?
So...how much are people really willing to spend on the PS for the cloud (why people think you lose your edits or your photos is just stupid...oh well). I said $5 a month for me..which is $60 a year. I realize I have no control over what Adobe does in the case of cloud, but for $5 why not. Just wondering what everyone's "cloud break even point is".
BTW, even with a physical box you still would need to activate PS..so you would still be at their mercy anyway.
So...what is the best price for people to eliminate the complaints?
What happened to this company? Only distributing betas?
Looks aweful...would prefer Nikon D400
LOL on the first one...no way that is a legit repair...LOL!!!
dblues: Highly recommend Sagelight. At least try it. It is a 48 bit (16bit per channel) program. It's amazing what it can do, and it does everything very fast. It does not have layers or batch processing as of yet, but image manipulations and enhancements are amazing and as I said very fast. Sagelight supports the following color spaces in the Power Curves and other modes: •RGB•XYZ•C*I*E LAB•Hunter LAB•HSL•HSB/HSV•YCrCb•C*I*E LCH•C*I*E YXY•C*I*E RGB•C*I*E Hunter Lab•C*I*E YCrCb
no color management though...
newe: People forget that all recent CS versions are cloud in that you must activate anyway...if you want to move to a new machine Adobe may say no anyway. I like what they did with CS2...they provided an activation free version this year. Perhaps they could do this for later versions eventually for those who do not want or cannot afford Adobe CC.
It most certainly did happen...not falsely reported:
yes I know...but my point was that Adobe could have shut you down any time they wanted anyway...just not every few months or so.
People forget that all recent CS versions are cloud in that you must activate anyway...if you want to move to a new machine Adobe may say no anyway. I like what they did with CS2...they provided an activation free version this year. Perhaps they could do this for later versions eventually for those who do not want or cannot afford Adobe CC.
Corel is a good option....but it is "cloud" as well. You will need to activate it once (you will need some form of connection)...and if Corel goes under or decides to change then you are out of luck for a move to a new machine.
What we need is a reasonably featured package that can do color management with just a serial number-based activation...no internet EVER needed. Not sure who makes that.
Thanks....maybe one for the wife...
Insta-stupid more like it. People going to Insta-Meetings wasting Insta-Money that Insta-iTunes now has. Gag me.
Perfect for young kids....but price is a bit crazy.
newe: "enthusiast" at $3,500.....don't think so.
maybe on this board...but enthusiasts in general pop will not pay. This is a lot for non-pros; unless you call "regular non-enthusiasts" "hobbyists."
"enthusiast" at $3,500.....don't think so.
How does something like this happen? I mean really, how does such quality leave the door? I guess they were in a huge rush for some reason. Pity really.
Maybe they will do better with the Fuji S6...I heard it is slated for release this year.
Company is dead....what a price.
will cost you £690. There will also be an optional outdoor case that will set you back £135. LOL
newe: Why is this stated as an "unusual step" if there are still this many problems to fix? Seems to me Nikon should upgrade the firmware on an on-going basis as this is not a throw-away camera...or is it?
Are you kidding me??? How are about cars, Epson printers, Bluray players...list goes on and one...hey even Toshiba continued firmware upgrades for an HD DVD player. Just because you discontinue a product is NO EXCUSE not to support it, especially if there are bugs. Kudos to Nikon for doing this. Any company that discontinues a product (including software) with known bugs does not deserve your business.